After the Justice League tie-in concluded on issue 1016, Detective Comics returned last week with author Peter J. Tomasi for issue 1018. This time, it's Christmas in Gotham and Bruce must deal with both the death of Alfred in Tom King's run and mysterious murders involving pagan gods. While an interesting concept, the story focuses... Continue Reading →
With the past 3 episodes having a focus on Dick staying in prison while giving some details on where the other Titans are, we finally got larger developments this episode, while still needing to cover for other plots. In its first development, Titans showcases all of the women of the team joining up, except ravager,... Continue Reading →
Bryan Hill's Outsiders returned this week, ending with a tie in to Snyder's Justice League run. Throughout this chapter, Hill gets around to giving Orphan her time to shine along with the return of Batman and a moment of weakness for Black Lightning and Katana. During the Orphan scenes, we see her getting aid from... Continue Reading →
Brian Michael Bendis (Event Leviathan, Young Justice, Naomi) is currently penning a new series at DC, focusing on the Legion of Super Heroes. In this team-up series, Bendis introduces a large number of heroes, a large element of how the new Earth is and some idea of who the enemy is and what they're after.... Continue Reading →
Scott Snyder continues to write consistently in his run on DC's Justice League. In the latest issue, in typical world shaping fashion, Snyder introduces potential worlds ruled by doom and the destruction of the Gotham by Gaslight universe. Resulting in the defeat of Starman after the latest issue, Perpetua crown's Luthor as her new General... Continue Reading →
Masks come off as Batman and Bane confront each other for the last time in the latest issue by Tom King. As Thomas Wayne makes way towards the fight, Mikel Janin stages a large fight sequence between the two, with the help of Catwoman. Before the fight, Bane and Batman make an agreement to not... Continue Reading →
As a mini series where the author both writes and draws, Sejic is phenomenal at making each issue stand out and entertain those who enjoy delving into the deep lore of characters in fictitious works.
In a story about plant like deities with the ability to turn flesh into plant human hybrids, The Last God tells the story of a slave in the gladiator arena as he fights alongside people known as Godslayers, to kill The Last God. In this world the plant like "Gods," remind me of Eldrazi in... Continue Reading →